Jamie Irvine

Jamie has worked extensively in both Australia and New Zealand as an actor, acting coach, script advisor, director and voice over artist.

On screen, Jamie is best known as narrator Ben Charlton in Underbelly NZ: Land of the Long Green Cloud. He has appeared in short film's Blue Bird (2013),The Shed (2011), Nightstorm (2011), All Blacks don't cry (2010), Vinyl (2008), Winners and Losers (2007) as well as TV shows Out of the Blue (2008), Home and Away (2007) and Shortland St (2001-02).

Jamie's theatre credits include Dog’s Barking (Sydney Fringe, 2012), Sydney Ghost Stories (Old Fitzroy,2009), Colder (Stables, 2008), Soldier and the Thief. (Old Fitzroy,2008), Class Enemy (NIDA, 2007), Kikia the Poa (Producer,Actor, Old Fitzroy, 2006), 7 Blowjobs (Belvoir, 2006) and various NIDA productions.

He also toured New Zealand as part of the cast of Blood Brothers in 2001. He has voiced hundreds of TV and radio commercials for New Zealand and Australia. Jamie co-founded the Really Really Serious Theatre company and in 2009; Picture This Productions, a collaboration of five local artists responsible for Sydney Ghost Stories.

In 2009 he was awarded a Mike Walsh Fellowship to train in New York with Susan Batson and at the Stella Adler Studio. Jamie has a Bachelor of Dramatic Art (Acting) from NIDA and a Bachelor of Arts (Theatre and Film) from Victoria University of Wellington.


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